2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 5A)
I have had 2 Grand Cherokees prior to this one. (1995 and 2000) I had no reliability problems, but Jeep never made substantial improvements. Both of these older vehicles rocked from side to side, and the interior and overall quality left a lot to be desired. My new 2011 V-8 Limited with 20" wheels provides a completely different ride. The leather interior is 1st class (no BMW hard plastic feel) It is so quiet, and feels so solid. The electronics are lots of fun, and the Garmin NAV in the 430N system is great. Although it feels a little large to drive it's pure comfort. (sold my Escape Hyb for the Jeeps towing power) I hate to say it, but except for the mpg there is nothing like a V-8.
1. The interior design and quality 2. The 430N electronic system 3. The safety features 4. The quadra Trac II select system 5. The V-8 power
1.The limited should offer (as standard) wheels that are not chrome looking. If you don't like chrome wheels you must order the optional 20" wheels. 2.Get rid of the current roof antenna or develop a stuby version. 3. A 6 or 7 speed trans would be nice with a miracle producing 35mpg V8.
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